President Obama Event July 24th – Lunch at the Portland Art Museum

President Barack Obama will visit Portland on Tuesday, July 24th. Two events will give the chance for Portland supporters to contribute to the reelection of the President. The main event is lunch with the President at the Portland Art Museum. The other event is an intimate brunch limited to 25 people.

Obama Portland Oregon Fundrasier 2012

Voting for the President is important but in an election year where a sitting President will be outspent for the first time ever by his opponent it is crucial that Barack Obama’s supporters help him out financially as well. Your donation will help secure President Obama’s reelection so he can continue to enact the agenda of change for our country that he started four years ago.

The main event: luncheon with President Obama at the  Portland Art Museum at 12pm.

RSVP for the luncheon event here:

https://my.barackobama.com/July24PortlandLunch?custom1=6466094

Tickets are donations to the President’s reelection campaign and are as follows:

$500 – Standing Lunch Reception

$1,000 – Private seated VIP Lunch Reception; Premier Seating in the Grand Ballroom

$5,000 – Photo with President Obama – $1,000 more for each additional person in the photo; Private seated VIP Lunch Reception; Premier Seating in the Grand Ballroom


The other event opportunity: intimate brunch event with the President.

RSVP for the brunch event here:

https://my.barackobama.com/July24PortlandBrunch?custom1=6466094

Tickets are donations to the President’s reelection campaign and are as follows:

$30,000 – Brunch limited to 25 guests


Contact the event team at obamalunchpdx@gmail.com or call (503) 943-2786 for more information about the events, if you are interested in contributing a donation or helping get people to the event.

If you are unable to attend one of the events consider making a contribution to his campaign here:

http://donate.barackobama.com/page/contribute/o2012-ovf-mainlgbtlc?custom1=6466094

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